Four years ago I was looking at the candidates running for the office of President. I had two choices: Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. On one hand, I had Hillary Clinton who represented and stood for everything I was morally and ethically opposed to for our country. On the other hand, I had the choice of Donald Trump, a wealthy, celebrity, businessman with a questionable moral background and a mouth that needed restraining. But the platform he ran on was in line with the things I knew was morally and economically right and good for our country. Still, I was having a hard time voting for either one of the candidates. So I did what I always do before an election and I prayed and asked God how I should vote. And as God has always done for me, he gave me a dream.
November 2016 (Before the Presidential Election)
I dreamed I was inside of an ark (like Noah’s Ark). The Church was on board the ark but I was in a room alone with Donald Trump and my husband. Donald Trump was sitting to my left sitting in the center of the Ark. He was looking straight forward not moving his head or face at all. He had a very focused, stoic, unmoving, look on his face.
My husband was to my right. He was standing underneath a TV that was mounted to the right-hand corner of the room (like in a hospital room). He was watching the TV and jumping up & down celebrating because he could see the stock market was skyrocketing and the economy was doing really well.
I looked back at Trump and he never moved a muscle. I looked back at my husband where he was still celebrating. I studied them both looking back/forth and Trump never budged or moved at all. As I looked at Trump, the thought came to my mind, “He’s got his face set like a flint towards his goal.”
When I woke up from the dream I immediately wrote it down and prayed and meditated over it.
The Ark represents the way in which the Church will be saved during Trump’s presidency.
Donald Trump (now President Trump) sits in the center directing or leading our nation with an undeterred agenda. He has stood strong in the face of great adversity, regarding difficulties as worthwhile knowing where they will lead us as a nation.
The reference to setting his face like a flint comes from Luke 9:51 where Jesus was determined to go to Jerusalem knowing what his purpose was in life. Setting your face like flint implies that you’re expecting some opposition, to stand strong in the face of adversity. To set your face like flint means to regard these difficulties as worthwhile when you consider what they will lead you to. President Trump has set our nation back on track in supporting Israel and declaring Jerusalem as a nation. This is key to our nation for God’s protection and blessing as clearly shown to us in Genesis 12:3 I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you.
The TV mounted in the corner like a hospital room. The TV represents a powerful tool of communication. It was mounted up high in the corner of the room just like in a hospital. Of course, we all have seen too much of hospitals here lately, but I believe as God’s Word shows us in Genesis 50:20 when Joseph’s situation seemed horrible, he spoke to his brothers, “20 You intended to harm me, but God intended it all for good. He brought me to this position so I could save the lives of many people.” I certainly do not understand fully God’s purposes and plans in all this but I do know that he uses the things the enemy brings upon us to bring about a greater good.
And what I saw on the TV was the stock market doing really well and my husband was celebrating. Our economy soared tremendously as soon as President Trump took office. And although it’s taken a nose dive a few times during this pandemic, I believe it will rebound again with President Trump continuing in his place of authority. God put a business man in office, not a politician, for such a time as this. He put someone in office that could withstand a tremendous amount of criticism and still get the job done.
God gave me this dream four years ago to direct me in the right way to vote for the direction of our country. I believe we’re still on that journey and the job isn’t finished yet. Things may seem grim due to the media information that is being broadcast continuously, but just because they report it doesn’t make it truth. There is a lot of uncertainty in our country and in our world. There are things taking place that we cannot know or predict but God does know and I trust Him to lead me on the right path everyday.
I’m not trying to write this to persuade you or judge you in any way on how you should cast your vote on November 3rd. I am simply sharing with you what God shared with me when I was faced with a difficult decision four years ago and I’ve seen how difficult the decision is once again for my fellow believers today. Having God’s perspective on difficult issues is priceless. In the Bible we see many examples of how he gave dreams to people and it gave them direction, purpose, encouragement, and literally saved their lives. God still speaks in powerful, supernatural, ways today just as he did to those in the Bible. I thought long and hard on whether or not to post this because posting things about politics is usually an open door for criticism. But in the end, I’d rather share something that will bring you peace of mind within your heart, than keep it all to myself and leave others in the dark. I have been in continuous prayer for our country and for our leaders and I ask you to join me in prayer as we cast our votes on election day.